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Jeff Rees is retiring after more than four years in charge of tennis' anti-corruption group, and former police officer Nigel Willerton will replace him on Jan. 1.
Sport's highest court has found Serbian tennis player David Savic guilty of match-fixing and confirmed his life ban.
Tennis player Daniel Koellerer has lost his appeal against a life ban for match-fixing at sport's highest court.
Austrian tennis player Daniel Koellerer became the first player banned for life for match-fixing, losing his appeal at sport's highest court on Friday.
Swedish teenage tennis player Lucas Renard has been given a six-month suspension after admitting he violated the sport's anti-corruption rules.
The Serbian tennis player who received a life ban for attempting to fix matches denied the accusations and said Tuesday he will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Serbian tennis player David Savic has received a life ban for attempting to fix matches.
Austrian player Daniel Koellerer has been banned for life and fined $100,000 by tennis authorities for attempting to fix matches.
The head of management company IMG told tennis' anti-corruption group that he hasn't bet on the sport since current rules barring gambling were enacted nearly two years ago.
Former top-60 player Daniel Koellerer and his manager, Manfred Nareyka, have been placed on two years' probation because Koellerer's personal website listed odds for matches and had links to sites for placing bets.